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Leo C. Steinle

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For many years prior to WWII, the company had been the agent for several prominent continental machine-tool makers, including the Index-Werke, and was thus familiar with such machine tools, including the "Steinle" thread-generating machine and "Huller" tapping machine.

1949 Became part of BSA Tools Ltd. The manufacturing side of the Steinle business was transferred to B.S.A. Tools' works at Marston Green and Sparkbrook, the former handling the production of the thread-generating machines and tapping machines, the latter continuing with the production of thread rolls.

Extensive machine-tool and small-tool showrooms and stores in London.

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